THANK YOU !!looking forward how ring listen to their users . . .
This should be a must!
Agreed, this is an easy option and should be the owner's choice in terms of whether or not the blue light is on during recording.
Agreed, we bought these for baby cams, I don't need that bright blue light distracting my 3 y/o when I check to see if he's asleep.
The LED is there for privacy reasons, allowing it to be disabled would defeat its purpose. If they've designed the cameras properly with security in mind, the LED would be driven from the camera sensor's power input, such that the LED cannot be turned off without disabling the camera.
Same boat - using as a baby camera. The goal is to NOT wake the baby.
How about using a little sticker to cover up the LED?
I ended up using a sharpie to colour some paper black then sellotaped this over the blue light and both red lights that come on when sensing motion as they also disturb my kids when we check in on them during settling for bed.
Or at least the option of muting, or reducing the glare?
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